FebruaryFest Whisky Tasting Masterclass
Each of our Whisky Tasting Masterclasses is different, and is based around a theme, whether it be strength, location of origin or perhaps style. Our tastings are designed to not only offer a chance to try a unique range of malts, but also to get you thinking about the connections, and the differences, between them. And when you’ve finished nodding with approval and think you’re getting the hang of it we always finish the mystery guest – one for you to decipher based on your acquired knowldege.
We’re delighted to welcome back Kevin Cairns from Scottish whisky merchants Gordon & Macphail to leaqd the session.
More details about our theme and the selected whiskies for FebruaryFest 2018 will be posted nearer the time.
On the night there will be a chance to buy a bottle of the whiskies used in the tasting at a special price.
Pre-booking is strongly advised. Our evenings are relaxed and informal, and very unpretentious. An ideal opportunity to get to grips with what can appear to be a very daunting (but equally very pleasurable) part of Scottish culture.
See more about our Whisky Tasting Materclass here.
At a glance
- From: 22nd February 2018 08:00 pm
- At: Clachaig Inn
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